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Camping by the Coast: a Post-Exam Celebration

Over the last few days, some of our Explorers have been celebrating their post-GCSE freedom with an entirely youth-led camp in Dorset. Check out their blog post below: On Wednesday evening we met for Explorers as usual. Once the meeting had finished and all the equipment had been packed away, us five (Lawrence, Jonah, Max, … Continue reading Camping by the Coast: a Post-Exam Celebration

Queen’s Scout Parade: Windsor 2018

This year has seen eight of WWESU's older Explorers and recent leavers achieving their Queen's Scout Award, the highest youth award in Scouting. Last Sunday seven of us headed to Windsor Castle for the annual 'Day of Celebration and Achievement', to which all new Queen's Scouts are invited. Dressed in our finest Scout uniform, we … Continue reading Queen’s Scout Parade: Windsor 2018

Life in the Lakes: Easter Camp

What comes to mind when you think of Easter? Bunnies, too much chocolate, a few treasured days off work? Well, our Easter weekend was spent up in the Lake District, tackling activities such as sailing, canoeing, hiking and outdoor climbing. Thursday evening saw us heading up the M1 (along with what felt like half of … Continue reading Life in the Lakes: Easter Camp

Glenmore Lodge Winter Hillwalking – it’s snow joke!

(Thanks to Kamran for the title...) In February half-term 12 members of Wild Wolf ESU did a five-day Winter Hillwalking course at renowned outdoor centre Glenmore Lodge in Scotland. The week saw us greatly improving our winter mountaineering skills and trying lots of new things (think snow shoes and shovel-up shelters...), in the beautiful Cairngorms … Continue reading Glenmore Lodge Winter Hillwalking – it’s snow joke!